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Shay,

 

Holding Back the Years is one of my all-time favorites.  It's been in "Favorites" play-list for years.  I think Mick Hucknall has an amazing voice.

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at this very moment, I have Sirius XM ch 31 and Tom's buried treasure show (2), playing some classic Cream (stepping out), wowsers.... just imagining what it was like playing bass to Eric's blazing solos, Jack Bruce was phenom....

 

Johnny Kid and the pirates - Shakin' all over - yeah !!!

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Jackie C.

Heard this for the first time on my walk this morning. Really resonated with me.

 

Dollhouse

 

Hugs!

 

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I remember driving in a dark storm and this Spooky Tooth song came on and when the whirling Leslie swept came in I was in a smile filled land of dreams - luckily I was paying attention to the road. For those who aren't familiar with Spooky Tooth - Gary Wright and Mick Jones (Foreigner) and Jerry Shirley (Humble Pie) came from that band - their second album Spooky Two is still my favorite of theirs and "You Broke My Heart, So I Busted Your Jaw" my favorite album title.

 

 

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Thanks so much for the Simply Red reminder. Around the time of that video I used to be a volunteer on one of the steam railways in England. I'm fairly certain that track was on the ghetto blaster tape that I played while my wife was in labour with our first child!

And one of my favourite artists that I have envied for her beauty and musical skill is Paloma Faith - who I'm listening to at the moment.

 

 

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I an envying beauty and voice as I hear this. Thank you @Niamh

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Teri Anne

Spooky Tooth were a great band.

So was Savoy Brown Blues band which eventually became Foghat in the 70s

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Shawn James is a great artist that has some really cool original songs and unique covers as well. This is a personal favorite. 

 

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Yay Kim Simmonds and Savoy and the members who broke off and formed Fog Hat... Dr... Do that.  I miss Lonesome Dave loved his voice and loved their first album the most.

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@Abi Shawn James thanks....like his stuff

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Speaking of lonesome Dave, here it is late night, Foghat live (1977). My personal fave, it's road tested....

 

"I get off at main street", love that groove and interplay thru that passage (3:08 - 3:20), it's slides and glides, then the blazing outro solos, top shelf, this rock is for real.....

 

celebrating my 10,000th post on this forum with Foghat live :)

 

 

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great bass groove here, lovely "where to go, Ohio"

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm into the Hogfat groove today

 

Love their version of Maybelline

 

 

 

 

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24 minutes ago, Shay said:

I'm into the Hogfat groove today

 

 

? such tasty hogfat ?

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A nice light instrumental to raise my spirits and hopes and  dreams 

 

 

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Michael was interviewed by my friend Rod for his radio show call Sunday Brunch with Rod Seagram.... I have the interview on tape somewhere - I also loved his interview with the Ozark Mountain Daredevils.

 

 

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OK - I noticed Jaco playing with Michael Hedges in profile above - now for some Jaco - I hear Cyndee wailing away on this one - go girl.

 

 

 

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I've had a wonderful evening as Niamh - but with my Wife and Daughter having a Karaoke evening courtesy of Youtube - this was one of my favourite songs of the night. Not the sort of music associated with the Bee Gees - but one of my favourites from what I think was their last album together.  I actually like a lot of music from that album.

 

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I love the early stuff like holiday and new York mining disaster 1941 and every Christian lion hearted man will tell you

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@Niamh that is a sweet song!  I had never heard it and you are right that is not typical of their style.  It harkens back to a simpler time.  

 

Yes Heather I agree those early songs were special.  

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I have, much to my teenage/twenty something children's chagrin, had Taylor Swift's new album,  Folklore on endless repeat for about a fortnight now. I swear I cry every time I hear "Betty" on that album ... if you've ever done something terrible, regretted it overwhelmingly, and prayed that the person will forgive you, you will know what I mean.

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My TP is back - let's celebrate

 

 

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Rude words warning.... (Please don't listen if you are easily offended)

But I love modern club music and I'm really missing going clubbing (despite my age - but then I've never been conventional - otherwise I wouldn't be on this site would I)

But this is what I've been listening to this evening:
 

 

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